Rave Nation ‎– Going Crazy

Label:
Forze Records ‎– FORZE4
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Credits

  • Artwork By [Design By] – M. Steenbergen
  • Producer, Written-ByIriz, Shimrot, Sumic

Notes

Contains a sample from the eurodance-charthit "Intermission - Six Days"

Publishers: Forze Music & Ultimate Dance Music.
Distribution by Mid-Town Rotterdam - Holland
Design by M. Steenbergen for Midtown Design

Repressed in February 2007, with the center labels in black/white instead of full colour printing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 713299 502095

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FORZE 104 Rave Nation Going Crazy(CD, Maxi) Forze Records FORZE 104 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
FORZE4 Rave Nation Going Crazy(12", RP) Forze Records FORZE4 Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version
FORZE 04 Rave Nation Going Crazy(4xFile, MP3, 320) Cloud 9 Dance FORZE 04 Netherlands 2011

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ian_s

ian_s

April 11, 2013
What happened with this tune is thus: Jimmy J & Cru-L-T recorded "Six Days" which was a big hit on the Rave scene. They got contacted by Pete Tong who wanted to sign the tune up to FFRR for a major label release all over Europe. Whilst Luna-C & Jimmy J were in discussion with him, Paul Elstak contacted them wanting to license the track for his own label. They refused as they wanted the deal with FFRR. Elstak promptly released this version, which killed the deal with FFRR.
Whilst Elstak was free to use whatever samples he liked, it was pretty poor behaviour from him, especially as he had a reputation for stealing breakbeats and ideas from English Happy Hardcore producers. Luna-C got so annoyed with him that he started putting messages on his releases asking Elstak to stop nicking his breaks, which led to Elstak ringing up Luna-C and telling him to stop saying bad stuff about him.
G.Monk

G.Monk

March 5, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
A lot of people strangely enough think that the song 'Six Days' by Jimmy J and Cru-L-T on Knite Force is the original version. However they copied the lyrics (on the exact same way) from the german eurodancehit 'Intermission - Six Days' which was released on the German Blow Up label.
Jayfive

Jayfive

February 7, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
This tune is a blatant take on 'Six Days' by Jimmy J and Cru-L-T on Knite Force, not just the same vocal sample but other similar elements. DJ Paul couldnt get the UK track licensed so he just did his own version. Not the only time he pulled that particular trick.
shanethedominator

shanethedominator

January 11, 2003

"Six days on the run, looking for a place to have some fun, night & day without your sweet embrace I think im going crazy" One of 95's true classic Rave releases. As the genre of dance was been pulled in several different directions all at once this release fell into the unpredictable style of Gabber. Not as Hardcore as most Gabber, had a more melodic side to it